In our fast-paced, throwaway society, it's easy to just throw something away because you've had it a while or you're just simply tired of it. When you spring clean your life, the question to ask yourself is whether or not each of these areas is serving you or if it's time for something new! Here are 12 areas to consider.
You've been dating a guy for a few weeks, things are going great and you want to know to where you stand. You want to make sure he isn't seeing anyone else, and if you're being honest, a small part of you wants to know when you can change your Facebook relationship status from "single" to "in a relationship."
3. “It’s Just Luck” thinking – Most people think that soulmate couples are “just lucky”. What we have found in our research is that 8 out of 10 deeply connected soulmate relationships were intentionally created. 2.“Either-Or” thinking - Most people think that they can’t have it all in their relationship. That they can’t have both spiritually connected AND amazing sex in their partner. That they can’t have both deep love AND financial abundance.
As one popular love song goes, "there's no easy way to break somebody's heart," ... and it's true, but you can be respectful. Here's how.
My philosophy from a very young age is to go where the guys are. I was lucky to have an older brother and I used to play tennis, biked, ran track (the girls practiced with the guys) and skied. I met a lot of guys during that time and always had a boyfriend since the 9th grade because I liked doing what they did. I met my college boyfriend on the tennis courts! The following activities are where women, as a whole, would be in the minority and I recommend them to seek out to meet men: 1. Anything related to sports!
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The other day I wrote an article for yourtango.com that got picked up immediately by Shine! for Yahoo. It was about how being a stripper made me a better lover. Immediately, women began posting comments about what a horrible person I must be. They called me a home wrecker, accused me of having sex with married men, and declared that I must be hopelessly insecure.
In online dating, making a good first impression is key. People can easily pass over your profile with the blink of an eye if they don't immediately see something they like. A recent study actually confirmed that men are extremely visual, looking mostly at the photos and less at the profile, making it even more important for women to choose wisely.
Unbeknownst to myself after evaluating a seven year relationship, I realized that a woman can make a man better or make a man worse. Many of the principles that I learned such as sticking it out or finding another way rather than breaking up, all came from examples given by my ex. A young man’s nature is to run from a situation. It is said that women mature faster than men so let’s look at this statement a little more closely: Women mature faster than men. What does it really mean?
Celine was just starting to date again after a difficult breakup. She was feeling anxious because she didn't want to go through another unhappy relationship, but she didn't trust herself to make good choices. She sought my help in learning how to discern a promising relationship from one that is bound to fail.